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Old 08-14-01, 05:38 PM
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Help with runtime error

I seem to get these runtime errors quite often, and it asks me if I want to debug. I don't know what debugging is, but I'd rather just ignore it. Any help?
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I just ignore them. Do you have any of the MS visual programming stuff installed? They usually add the debug option to the normal windows error message
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Originally posted by mikehunt
I just ignore them. Do you have any of the MS visual programming stuff installed? They usually add the debug option to the normal windows error message
If I do I don't know it. I would like to ignore it, but there are times when I am writing, and the error comes up with every keystroke, which can drive one mad.
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What program is giving you the run-time errors? Most often, these errors are the result of buggy code...
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http://surf.to/elitepsx

Go to this site and click on the order form. Type in anything in the order area. Every key stroke I make gives me the error. I would really like to just turn of the option of having it ask me if I want to debug something because I want to debug nothing! But I don't know how to do that.
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I'm not sure if this will help, but I had the same problem.......went and ran msconfig......found "machine debug manager" in my startup tab.......unchecked it............no more problems.

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